The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Full Text
Vacation Time:
FIMMTUHiZ
At RIGHT PRICES
Thcus-Zaciiry Co.
The Furniture Men
The vacation season Is just begin beginning
ning beginning and those in need of Trunks
should call and see our prices.
THEUS-ZACIIRV COMPANY
The Furniture Men
VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1913
NO. 32

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STIFF I'KiHT IN S FX ATE

To lie Made by the Republicans j
Against the Underwood J

Tarilf IJUl

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IS

TO THE CITIZENS OF OCALA

Waashington, July 8. Ttepublican
members of the Senate have been

quietly preparing, for some weks.

SUbsttito Kchf.TiilpB nrifl nrntprtion

argumf3irece(i at manyof the

Jf-
For. the Farmers of Florida to be
Held in the University City
Next Week

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Gainesville. July 8. The seventh for the attack that is to be made on

"annual convention of thex farmers' j the Underwood-Simmons "tariff bill.
Educational and Agricultural IU of i when i i brought, back Into tbe Sen Sen-the
the Sen-the University of Florida, at Gaes-'ate late this week. Whilea pro pro-ville,
ville, pro-ville, Fla., on Wednesday, July lN,jgram of tariff policy has not been
at 10 o'clock a. m., will be open tbxjaj out by the republicans, leading

the public and everyoouy is mmcu ;resentauves or the iarty in tne
to attend. All farmers especially See have prepared amendments,

should be present.
Program
Addresses of welcome by lion

- rhi-?etr!.Vior Tnthfson. mayof of

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Gainesville ior tne cuy auu uuai u
r uaiDioviue, iui in r: finance comnrtee. Whn wMl J brine
. ct tmdPt-nr. J. A. Thackson. dean ofi ao Pul ? uriu&

- the teachers' college, for the Univer-
rity of Florida.

Response, by a representative of
th'e Farmers' Union.

. iu:ou m. Huiai ivm, land to

Farmers' Banking-System. I sage. Prominent republin,enators

Farmers' Banking bystem naior, whetlier the tariffcanbe dis dis-Duncan
Duncan dis-Duncan U. Fletcher, posed of in the Senate irithattime

ii:oU a. m. i iiiipuiiunvc "i j
Marketing System for Farmers Mr.?OIjjlE MORMS MAHtoPEn!
S. J. Cowen, fii?ld agent of the Am-1 ;

The market tormeny Knt ag the
Oille Mordis is now open. "VVTkeep on
and a supply of tresn mca.uQd Rsh
orders by phoue will receivrompl
uientlon. t'hone number 31 come

u the old stand and te treaty ht
TT 1 1 Ill

jimporta sections of the democratic

uiu. ;

Senator Hwrntn?'- fiirmnn of tho

x

the bill from UN co.mittee vith the

seal of democrat -e.tcug, Approval

upon it, estimates tn fle weeij3
will be enough to wind general
debate and discussion of th Measure

secure a vote on iS'n-ai pas.
Prominent republin

erlcan Society of Equity. Discussion.

Dinner hour.
2 p. m.--The Value of an Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Education Prof. JI J. Vernon,
dean of College of Agriculture, Vni-

versnty of Florida.
2:301). m. -The) Farmers' Union;
What It Is and What It is Doing--Hon.
C, S. Barrett, national president
of the Farmers' Union.
2:30 p. m. The Value of Tick
Eradicationx to Farmers Dr. C F.
Dawson, veterinarian, state board of

health. Discussion, Prof. C. L. Wil-

loughby, Department of Animal Hus

bandry, College of Agriculture, Uni University
versity University of Florida.
4:15 p. m. The Experiment Sta Station;
tion; Station; What It Is Doing for the Farm-

"ers Prof. P. II. Rolfs, director of

the Agricultural Experiment Station,
University of Florida.

i k iei every uuuy cuiuc auu un?
l'T eood time.

M. S. Knight,
State President of the Farmers' Eda Eda-cational
cational Eda-cational and Cooperative Union
" of Florida.

Ad.

OLX.IK MORL

ELECTHA

Electra, July 7.

-ThQ farmer

smiling over the beautiful rains L

Grand Ixnlge of Elks Welcomel to

Rochester by the Governor of
New York
Rochester, X. Y., July 7. Gover Governor
nor Governor Sulzer and Mayor Edgerton wel welcomed
comed welcomed the Elks here last night for
their forty-ninth annual convention.
The city is gaily decorated and elab elaborate
orate elaborate plans have been made for the
entertainment of the ahtlered hosts
during the six days of the conven convention.
tion. convention. Grand lodge politics promises to
play an important part in the week's
deliberations. A strong insurgent
movement to break the slate of the
regulars has gained considerable im impetus,
petus, impetus, the main interest centering in
the contest for grand exalted ruler.
Edward Leach of New York, present
grand treasurer, is slated by the reg regulars
ulars regulars for the chief office. He will be
opposed by J. Cookman Boyd of Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, who is running on a liberal
platform, demanding a more open

expression of the "untrammelled will

of the membership at large and not

according to the dictation of any
select few."

Charles A. White of Chicago, can candidate
didate candidate of the regulars for grand
treasurer, is opposed by W. A. Evans,
of St. Joseph, Mo., P. J. Brennan of
Denison, Texas, and George D. Locke
of Rogers, Ark. Present Grand Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Fred C. Robinson of Dubuque,
Iowa, is opposed by Thomas J. Dar Darling
ling Darling of Temple, Texas.
The insurgents are counting on
the support of the western and south

ern delegates.

The State Board of Health in order
to place Ocala in the registration dis

trict, demands that all deaths -and

birth3 be reported promptly to the
city clerk. Doctors, mid-wives,
nurses, undertakers or even the
head of families are expected to co cooperate
operate cooperate in this movement. A failure
to do this may result in the arrest
and fining of any or all persons in involved.
volved. involved. Signed:
7-8-lm Ocala Board of Health.

EMMETT WILSOX
XOT SERIOUSLY ILL

Waashington, July 8. Represen Representative
tative Representative Wilson has been confined to
his room for several days with a
slight illness. There is nothing se serious
rious serious the matter with Mr. Wilson,
but he has been advised by his phjr phjr-sician
sician phjr-sician to keep 'quiet during the ex extremely
tremely extremely hot spell. .

CAXDLEU

have had lately.

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Mr. C. W. Caldwell, who has oe Denver and Xew 0reans are bid.
viciHnar his Darents. Mr. and Mr,!n

Caldwell, has returned to Gainesbon feaU CUy Lodge fo 85 wiH
in Tils VlHSinPSS. .1 s ii..

a yupcj uuniig me wceK aa-
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v There is more catarrh In this sec-

Mnn nf th rnuntrv than all other dis

onos nut. tnsrpther. and .until the last

few years was supposed to be incur incurable.
able. incurable. For a great many years' doc doc-d
d doc-d it a local disease

and prescribed local remedies, and

to" his business

ira Amprica Durance and son

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from Tarpon Springs are visiting her

j parents, ilr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans.

Miss. Myrtle Mock and Miss Mary
Mock and Charles Mock had a; pleas pleasant
ant pleasant day at Miss Mae Halford's.

Mr. Sellers of Summerfield was in

our city last week.

Miss Ethel Halford spent two days
last week at Mrs. R. A. Halford's.

Mr. G. W. Brant and wife and
children, Mr. A. W. Fort and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Martha, Rev. Gorbitt and
daughter, Miss Ruth, spent last week

at Salt Springs.1
Mr. David Sellers has returned

;tising the city and state.

. L. Swanson and E. H. Tomlin-

iwu juuciion uuy, ivas., ueie-
n ,r i v. r x

j "'ii cu iieie uu loot, naving
d the entire distance of i.sno

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AX'S ALM

AN AC AT HALL Alt D'S

receii913 World's Almanac, just
rf ,35 cents at Ballard's News
stand.

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i by constantly failing to cure witn 10 10-1&X,
1&X, 10-1&X, rni tpp.itmpnt. nronounced it incura-

ble. Science has proven catarrh to

from .Victoria.

Mr. J. G. Halford has been visiting
his brother, Mr. J. P. Halford.
One night last week as Mr. L.
Suggs was returning from Electra to
Levy Hammock on the causeway he

mot monstrous allicrator. He does

be a constitutional disease and there

fore requires constitutional treat-

menu xian vuic, uiauu u-i.
. i i t- t i 'p. rA Tr 1 i v. 'U w 1 r nnnnad Vit

Vf ledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional ate Qr jumped it( but when he found
cure on the market. It is taken in-, ... ome e hundred

' : ternally in doses from iu drops to a

w'mk.v op the world
Fortr? Camp No. 14, Woodmen ot
the vM win hold Its next regular
meetinay evening:, July 11th ,at
Yonge"si Every member 13 urg?l
to be nt visitors always- wel-
C06t- J- F' Thompson. C. C.
c- K Clerk. Ad.

teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dol dol-lora
lora dol-lora fnr nnv ease it fails to cure

Send for circulars and testimonials.'
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by drugstores. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. : . Adv
Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf

himsplf he was some one hundred

yards or farther away at the house

of Mr. Stebbleton.
On the beautiful shores of Lake

Zealyeau was spread a bounteous
dinner and ice cream for every one.

After dinner the young folks indulg indulged
ed indulged in various games, after which they
had music celebrating the fourth.

LIVKH GETTING LAZY
DOX'T STOP WORKING

IAD THIS
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The T"onaer cures Kidney, an J
hladder me removing gravel,
cures dla weak and lame baeltSf
rheumatia,d all jrregUlarltJeg of
the kidneld bjadaer In botn men
and -ora(egB,ltes bladder troub troubles
les troubles in chJf nQt sold by your

"1 Ufcc"- tfk sant hv mail rn

Celpt Of ?. am,ll hnttlft la Tir

months' trnt an(1 Mi1nm fn

perfect a Send for testImonlal3

Hall, 20JGtreetf st Louis Mo.
t t Kv all

CU1U "slsts. Ad

It.

I. FITLLER
Dental Surgeon

Take Doclaon'H liver Tone and Go
About Your Rnslnesa It Will Liven
Vp Yonr Liver Without Harm.

A bilious attack or constipation can
be relieved in a short white by a spoon

ful of Dodson's Liver Tone the miia,
vegetable remedy that every druggist

uarantees.

Merchante A c L. depot
corner. Mea carte and lunches

at any nour

U'SIGIFACE SPOXS
Are cured tHobsons Eczema

ulULmc"i' "?als all skin

Candler, July 7. Mrs. Albert Mc Mc-Clain
Clain Mc-Clain and daughter. Miss Mabel were

called to Gainesville last Thursday
by the serious illness of Mrs. Mc Mc-Claine's
Claine's Mc-Claine's grandson, the sweet little
baby of Mrs. Arthur Williams. The
latest reports of the little fellow's
condition are favorable.
Mr. Harry Baxter is spending his
vacation days among relatives and
friends at Beaver Falls, Pa.
Duncan Elliott spent part of the
past week in Ocala, the guest of his
mother, Mrs. Mary Elliott.
A number celebrated the glorious
fourth by partaking of a sumptuous
picnic supper on the west side of the
placid waters of Smith Lake..
.Mr. Wm. Snyder leaves this week
for several months' visit to his old
home in Indiana.

REVERSED III HI

Bulgarians Seem to be Victors Over
Greek and Servians in Yes Yesterday's
terday's Yesterday's Rattles
Vienna, July 8. Eleven thousand
officers and men of the Servian
Timok division were killed during
the battle with the Bulgarians in
which the division was defeated.
The division consisted of 15,000 men
who were surrounded by a Bulgarian
army which had outflanked them.
Only 4,000 of the Servians survived
and these were taken prisoners. A
Bulgarian column of 14,000 has suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in reaching the Servian town
of Vranya and is threatening'the line
of retreat of the Servian army.
A dispatch from Sofia reports the
occupation of Nigrita by the Bulga Bulgarian
rian Bulgarian troops who have also captured
other important strategical positions
from the Greeks. The Bulgarians by
a surprise attack dispersed a large
part of the Greek army numbering
80,000 men under the personal com command
mand command of King Constantine.

LEVON

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Our Prescription De Department
partment Department is fully equip equipped
ped equipped and our service is
prompt and accurate.
PHONE 269.
The Store Accommodaning
105 S. Main Street,
Ocala, Fla.

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KMBY & CO.
DEALERS IN
Fresh and Cured Meats, fresh and
Salt Water Fish. Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
North Magnolia Street

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Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Phone 154

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OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.
J. E. CJUCE
Dental Surgeon

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
v Phone 250

OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.

U F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon

nrepa

the liver without violence and puts
you into shape without interfering
with your habits. This store guar guarantees
antees guarantees It to be all that, and will give
you your money back it you don't find
Dodson's Liver Tone givea you quick.

easy relief.
Dodson's Liver Tone is for both
grown-ups and children. It has a
nipasant taste.' and is afe and relia

ble. The-price Is 50 cents ioe a wrs
bottle, and your 50 cents back to you If

you tell the Court Pharmacy that it

hasn't been a benefit to you.

Don't take calomel and don t buy

imitations of Dodson's Liver lone
you may run into danger If you do.

nnv noilson's the medicine tnat tne

Court rharmacy recommends and guar

antees. Au. i

ODD FELLOWS

Office Over Commercial Bant
Phone 211

OCALA, FLORIDA

M. C. IZLAI5
Dental Surgeon

Office Law Library Buildinx
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OCALA. FLORIDA

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O. PURVIS

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. A. Z Tt, -ust Put a little
'h n?ticePtic' Dr "ob "ob-son's
son's "ob-son's Ointmeihe goreg and the

suu.cw.xa "tantiy. Healing
begins that lInute Doctors
use.it in thetIce and rec0m rec0m-mend
mend rec0m-mend it. Mr;m of Littletown,

ra., sa a. czema on fore forehead;
head; forehead; Dr. h, Eczema 0int,
ment cured it week. Guar.
anteed to relitoaey refunded.
Eln6 5, ?vChemical Co.,

i -ouis. sold in
Ocala by TydiEQ Adv

Tulula -Lodge No.' 22, Independent

Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clpck In

Ynnse's Hall. Fort King ave. visn

ors in the city invited to be, with us.

, L. F. Baliara, im.
W. 1 Oolb urt. Secretary. Ad,

RID YOUR CIDLDREX OF WORMS

No Dainlianch

OCALA, FLORIDA

'Store

JOKFPH RELL
Attorney at Xiaw

' You can change fretful, ill-tem-r
rhiidrpn into healthy, happy

youngsters, by ridding them of Can imagined t n

worms, lossius-iuums, &i A"'" j
teeth, crying out while asleep, accom- from our Uevileq ; tongnef
IrvoTifiwi with intense thirst, pains in i..,. hMf. ni

i. -t. hmrais fotrorieh-1 a nun-

a hoh oro BVTnhtnms dred other rtainty ac.

litis 3 ttliU uau. uitctvu, ... j i S
that indicate worms. Kickapoo Worm cialties, jhi made

pels the worms, regulates the bowels, ready In a few mort,

no cooking. Just c

lietter haTe a supply,

Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Rank Building

and

OCALA, FLORIDA

restores your children to health and

happiness. Mrs. J. a. urisDm, ui

ein HI., says: 1 nave ustsi
poo Worm Killer for years, and en-
itroiv rid children of worms. I

jtvnt u nuaran-

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Price JjC. ivicitaiwu
cine to., Philadelphia and St.
LouisJ Sold in-Ocala by Tydings &

PHONE 200

OCALA, FL.

MWER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmei
Fine Caskets and Burial Rotes

D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
AH Work Done by Licensed Em Embalm
balm Embalm ers and Fully Guaranteed
PHQNE3:

D. E. McIVER
Ot V, ROBERTS
Undertaking Office

Clever Young Couple Kept Their
Marriage Well Concealed
Levon, July 7. The greatest sur surprise
prise surprise of the season to the society of
Levon was the announcement by that
happy couple, Mr. Jim J. Waters and
Miss Lottie Perry, of their marriage
which took place last Christmas one
year ago. Mr. Waters as we have
stated before in one of our letters
had been attending one of the busi business
ness business colleges in Jacksonville, and we
suppose it was because he wished to
complete his education that the wed wedding
ding wedding was kept a secret. Mr. Waters
ir. a sterling young business man and
every one knows him, while his bride
was one of Pedro's sweetest young
ladies, and we extend for their many
friends congratulations.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lolly visited
Ocala Tuesday morning. Mrs. Lolly
is having her teeth treated by Dr.
Blalock.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter and Mr. Tyra
Perry visited Ocala Tuesday morn morning.
ing. morning. ""Mf.II.G. Carterwas a -Tisittrr o
Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. B. F. Carter and son Earl,
after ten days very pleasant visiting
at Cedar Keys, returned home Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Mr .and Mrs. H. P. Perry and Wil Willie
lie Willie Perry, Mr. B. F. Carter and two
sons, H. G. and Earl, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Lucius, -visited in Ocala on the
4th, and witnessed the celebrations.
Mr. W. J. Frink visited in Ocala
Friday evening.
Cleavor Tom Proctor of Belleview
was shaking hands with his host of

friends in Levon Friday.

Messrs. J. W. Turner, Frank
Ramsdell and Sam Barrett spent the
4 th on Summer's Pond fishing. They

report a catch of nineteen black

bass, of which Frank caught eleven.

Messrs. H. G. Carter, J. W. Tur

ner and W. A. McCoy visited in Ocala

Saturday evening.

Messrs. C. B. Davis, C. L. Gaulding

and H. G. Carter spent Sunday in

Jacksonville, where they went to in inspect
spect inspect autos. They returned home
Sunday night.

THE KING OF ALL LAXATIVES
For constipation, headaches, Indi Indigestion
gestion Indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of
Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the
"king of all laxatives. They are a
blessing to all my family and I al always
ways always keep a box at home." Get a
box and get well. Price 25c. Rec Recommended
ommended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv
COXCOnDIA LODGE T tT. OK A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

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W. 0, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLAXS FURNISHED
OX APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA, FLA.
IL1VK TOCll CR PARTED

are mighty

house.

handy

In the

J. L Smitli Gfi(;0

PHONE 4

Nevt to Ocala Nat,

"Queen of SekRontes"

MERCn.lXTS' A MIXERS TkLT S. CO.

JACKSONVILLE T(

Savannah, Baltimore, Pliila jelphia,

Boston and Providence

Fine steamers: best- service; ja4e
m

iares; wireless telegrapn. iflToagn
tickets to and fro-m principal points.
Send for booklet..
r H. C. AVEIIY, Agent,
r Jacksonville, Fla.'
L. D, J-. C. A.
Serai: IMU. Jncksonvilli Fla.
"Finest Trip in t ho World"

Dysenterv is al

ofte na dangerous disease, but it can
be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
cured it even whpn mnYemT 4ni

epidemic. For sale by all dealers, ad
MARIOX-DUXN MASQXIO LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until furthar notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.

For Cuts, Burns and Bruises

In every home there should Le a
box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ready
to apply in every case of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco,
Delvalle, Tex., R. No. 2, writes:
"Bucklin's Arnica Salve saved my
little girl's foot. No one believed it
could be cured." The world's best
salve. Only 25c. Recommended by
Tydings & Co. Adv
KMGIITS OF PYTLIIAS

Ocala Loge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7;30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James CarU&le
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins. C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, K. R S. Ad.

Buy it now. Chamberlain's r.nWn'

holera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al al-iost
iost al-iost certain to be needed hpfnr tht

s ?rnmer 13 over. Buy It now and be
i-i pared for such an emergency."
Ft r sale by all dealers.- Adv.

CRYSTAL. RIVER

A wedding took place at the manse
of the Presbyterian church when
Joe Lock, son of Mrs. David Lock,

was united in marraige to Miss Ada
Arnolds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Arnolds. A few relatives witnessed
the ceremony, which was performed
by Rev. W. J. Frost, pastor of the
above named church. They will
make their future home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Roy left
Monday for Albion, Mich. Mrs. Van
Roy will spend the rest of the sum summer
mer summer there, and Mr. Van Roy will
visit several places. He will be away
about four weeks.
Mr. Hopkins, who was foreman of

the Batim & Van Roy Crate Co., re

signed his position last Saturday.

Mr. Hopkins was foreman for the

last two years. He left Monday for

Ocala on business. Inverness Chronicle.

NOTICE
During my absence. Dr. Harry J.
Walters will be in charge of my prac-tice-
Dr. E. G. Lindner.

Sallow complexion is due to a tor torpid
pid torpid liver. SIMMON'S RED Z LIVER
REGULATOR puifies and strength strengthens
ens strengthens the liver, regulates the bowels,
sweetens the breath and restores the
ruddy hue of health to the cheeks.
Price, large package, $1; smalt size,
25c. Sold by all druggists. Adv

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Roumanians Will Invade Bulgaria at
Once if Bobrudja is Not
Ceded i
Vienna, July S. The, mobilization

of the Roumanian army will be com completed
pleted completed by Thursday or Friday accord

ing to dispatches from Bucharest

The Roumanian troops are expected

to cross the Danube into Bulgaria
Immediately and as a result of this

step it is assured that'Balgaria will

be compelled to either agree to the
Roumanian demands and permit
Roumania to occupy- the territory

she desires or to engage in war.

For soreness of the muscle

whether induced by violent exercis

or Injury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers. Adv

OHAPTEn WO. IS, n. A. jtt.
Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:S0 p. m.

. C E. Connor, H. p.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
For first class automobile service

by the trip, hour or day, phone No.

327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.

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of Pratt's Preparations :
Established 1872.
PrattFoQii Company

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We guarantee all our preparations to do exactly whatwe claim
for them ---n.
If they fail to satisfy you we authorize our dealer to promtly
refund your money.
J. S. KELLER, President.
IN USE 38 YEARS
GET THE BEST AND GET RESULTS
Below is a list of some of Pratt's Remedies which we carry in
stock:
Pratts Poultry Regulator 25 and 50c
Pratts Baby Chick Feed 10, 25 and 50c
Pratts Roup Cure 25 and 50c
Pratts Powdered Lice Killer 25c
Pratts White Diarrhoea Remedy ..".".. v. 25
Pratts Disinfectant, Gallon Tins "$Voo
Pratts Head Lice Ointment 25c
Pratts Sore Head Chicken PoxRemedy ....". 25c
Pratts Animal Rerulator 25 and50c
Pratts Colic Cure 5U0
Pratts Cow Tonic cqc
Pratts Hog Cholera Specific ,..." 50e
Pratts Fly Chaser . 35c

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OGALA EVENING STAR

Blttlnger Car roll, Proprietor

... vrrsn, Ueneral Manager ;
Port V. UoTengood, IIuIiieM BUniger

J. H. Benjamin, Editor

Entered in the postorHce at Ocala,
Fla.. as second class matter. ."

AN HONOR TO LIVE UP TO

PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE
EVENING FOU PYTHL1NS

As will be seen by the notice else

where, the state board of health has

put. Ocala In the registration district.

At present, only four or five cities in
the state are in tMa and

Ocala's promotion into it is due to
the carefol and conscientious work
of the city board of health, aided by
Ocala physicians generally In report reporting
ing reporting vital statffitf

Reporting this statistics is neces necessary
sary necessary and useful, and Is practiced in

an me older, civilized communities
that have any claim to advancement.
That it is not an universal practice
in Florida is probably because it has
not occurred to the different com

munities to inaugurate it, but its
necessity has loner been realized by

the state board. It applies to heads
of families' .' as well as 'physicians,
midwives and undertakers, all of
whom should take notice of their re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility and live up to it.

The members of the Ocala, Martel,
Reddick and Fort McCoy lodges K.
of P., -who held their district meet meeting
ing meeting at the Ocala Castle Hall Monday
night certainly had a most pleasant
and profitable evening.

About a hundred members of the

four 1nrl?ps were wesent. beside

several visitors from distant cities.

. Work was done in the first and

third decrees. Messrs. F. W. Ditto,

H. W. Counts and'W. W. Rilea took

the rank of page, while-Messrs. W.

A. Knight and W. R. Scruggs were
graduated, into full knighthood. The

! always enthusiastic degree team was

aided by Knight E.. A. Hoyt of Bir

minpham. who is a nast master In

the rites of Pythianism. With his

help, not only the candidates but the

nlripr memhers received much im

pressive instruction.

After all the work was over, the

knights adjourned to the ante room,
where several tables groaned under

good things. The piece de resistance
was purlo, but it was too tender and

juicy to render much resistance. The
purlo committee consisted of Knights

C. B. Strickland, C. B. Howell, D. B

George and W. A. Robertson. These
worthy disciples of chivalry secured

twenty-five fat chickens and thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five pounds of rice and other things
to go with them and turned them

over to certain old darkies vho learn-

pi hnn in pook Durlo "befo de wan.'

Yanks' at Gettysburg sangt v tho Ijnrd rant tha

I UUU V. J V A X. vvu C.T

The

about "John Brown's body;" the
"Rebs" of the "Bonnie Blue-Flag;"
but thf;y all sang Dixie. Tampa
Times.
If some one was smart enough to
set the words of "The Star Spangled
Banner" to the tune of "Dixie," it
would make the most lovely .national
anthem of all the world.

Mr. A. C. Davenport, general man manager
ager manager of the Daily Drovers Journal Journal-Stockman
Stockman Journal-Stockman of South Omaha, Neb., who
spends a part of each year with his
son, Mr. E. A. Davenport at Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, where he has a big pecan grove,
has been writing his Impressions of
Florida in a series of letters to his
influential paper. The Star will try
to publish some extracts from Mr.
Davenport's letters in the near fu fu-ture.
ture. fu-ture. -. ', . :

they stay here to

IT WAS AN A feCI DENT

After Due Investigation, Coroner's

Jury Cleared Painter's Memory
of the Suicide Charge
A few minutes after the Star went

to press Monday atternoon, ine 101 101-lowing
lowing 101-lowing telegram was received:

Jacksonville, July 7, 4:48 p. m.

The coroner's jury, after hearing all

testimony, brought in a verdict that

E. O. Painter came to his death by
accidental drowning.

A. G. Hamlin.
Mr. Painter, tho seldom a visitor
to Ocala, had many friends here, as
well as all over Florida, and they are
indeed glad to know that justice has
been done to his memory.

AMUSEMENTS
This Evening's Program at the
Temple
"The Winner of the Sweepstake."
A thrilling story of the race track.
"The Crossing Policeman." A pa pathetic
thetic pathetic drama.
"The Italian Bride." A typical
story of Sunny rtaly.
"Master and Man." An Edison
drama.

MARION COUNTY MAIZE

ANOTHER APPFAL

Another appeal is made to those
who have not contributed to the box
for the Orphans Home at Arcadia.
An insufficiency of donations caused
a delay in sending, so the box re remains
mains remains at Mrs. Van Hood's for sev several
eral several days yet. Orphans are taken
into the Arcadia home regardless of
denomination and gifs from any
source will be appreciated.

Cig Grmvth of Corn on an Acre Near
Berlin
Mr. S. J. McCully of Berlin brought
to the Roard of Trade headquarters
today several magnificent stalks of

Icorn, which were put on display in

the window. This corn is -off a record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking acre near Berlin. This acre
has 8000 stalks, and each stalk has
two cars.
Clear the way, Kansas, Florida. is
coming.

NOT LIKELY TO SPREAD

One of our contemporaries, speak speaking
ing speaking of the different things charged
against Claude L'Engle, says it would
not be surprising to bear of his be

ing accused of being responsible for

the revolutionary war. Claud

doubtedly much like a number' of the
men wjtartedthe said war, and

on is almost as much needed.

Mrs. R. A. Burford, chairman of
the forestry committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, intended to appear before

the county commissioners today, with

a view to securing their support in

the plan to preserve the trees1 along
the Silver Springs road at necessary
places, in order to preserve the shade
and good looks of that thoroughfare.
This Is a good work, arid should- ex extend
tend extend to all roads; the trees that we
cut down now will some day have to
be replaced.

cook purlo unti

after the next war. These salt of the
earth among their race built a fire
in the lot in the rear of the hall and
cooked the purlo In a huge iron pot.
It was so exactly well cooked that in
eating, it one couldn't tell where the
chicken left off and the rice began.
With bread and butter and pickles
and lemonade, there was a feast to
remember with a fond desire for rep

etition;
It was a great event and one that
will long be remembered by the Ma Marion
rion Marion county members of the great
order of K. of P.

Mrs. Park Trammell, Miss Emma
Trammell and Mrs. R. A. Gray will
leave in a few weeks for Waynes Waynes-ville,
ville, Waynes-ville, N. C, for a. month's stay. Quite
a number of other Tallahasseeans
will also be at Waynesville, Balsam
or Hendersonville, N.C, during the
hot .summer months. Tallahassee
note to Timesmon.

Pittsburg, July 8. The First First-Second
Second First-Second National Bank of Pittsburg,
the First National Bank of McKees McKees-port,
port, McKees-port, a neighboring city, American
Waterworks and Guarantee Company

and the banking house of J. S. and
W. H. Kuhn, incorporated, of this
city, were forced into the hands of
receivers yesterday, through failure
of the first named institution.
Washington, July 8.- Secretary
McAdoo says that; the general bank banking
ing banking condition in Pittsburg, as well as
in the entire country, is strong and
sound, and that he expects no further
trouble as a result of the failure of
the Pittsburg First-Second National
Bank.
"The failure of the Pitteburg bank
is simply a sporadic case of unsound
banking, and has no other signifi significance,"
cance," significance," the secretary said.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

FOR RENT Offices in Holder
building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

SOLID SUPPORT

There is a most striking exhibit in

Hie DUdl U Ul X K tXUl? .juuui Tviuuuna.
That big display of tomatoes canned
by Marion county girls Is a fine ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement for this section-,' and the
wood and Iron work from the Marion
Farms and the tools from Fessendeh
flrove that agriculture 13 not our
only resource. The bottle of catsup
Ny Miss Isabel Davis, of Summerfield
Is only a hint of what can be done.

Mr. Ed L. Wartmann of Cltra was
in the city today, and In the name of
the state board of control thanked
the Star for its description of the
University of Florida printed a few
weeks ago. V

One of the most beautiful sights
in Marion county Is the flock of
young bronze turkeys at the Marlon
Farms. They number in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of 250"and are magnificent.
Capt. Purvis is justly proud of his
splendid flock and his friends are
green with envy.

Mr. fc. C. Greenwood, who has
been in Jacksonville for the past ten
days under the care of physician
and was operated on for abscess on
his throat, is slowly improving and
hopes to return to his home in this
city very soon.

It does a patriot good to see how
the Ocala stores are stocking up with
Marion county grown and canned to tomatoes.
matoes. tomatoes. ... ?

Mr. J. P. Parker, who played so

'.well with our band here on the 4th,

returned to his home in Dunnellon

'yesterday.

of. W. N. Sheats and wife left

Tallahassee this week for Salt Lake
City. Geo. M. Lynch and Shelton
Phillips, recently appointed rural
school inspectors, also are in the par party.
ty. party. They will attend the meeting of
the National Association of Educa Education
tion Education at Salt Lake City. Mr. and Airs.
Sheats expect to spend some time in
Yellowstone Park and other points
in the west before returning. Lake

land Telegram.

- A. F. Clark and A. E. Nishwitz,
two of Ocala's prominent business
men, spent Wednesday here, and ex expressed
pressed expressed themselves as much surpris surprised
ed surprised at the rapid and substantial
growth this city has put on during
the past year. Kissimmee Valley
Gazette.

The Star is informed that Mr. J. F.
Cdcowitch, a well known citizen of
Dunnellon, had to kill a negro Mon Monday.
day. Monday. It seems that the negro had
been making a disturbance, and on
Mr. Cocowitch trying to quiet him
turned on that gentlemen and com compelled
pelled compelled him to shoot in self-defense.
The coroner's jury exonerated Mr.
Cocowitch.

FOR RENT Upstairs; consisting
of three rooms, furnished for house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, with bath, city and cistern
water. Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 S.
Fifth street. 7-8-6t

Gen. Henry W. Long of Martel is
a prominent guest -of the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington today.

Judge Wm. M. Gober Is at Bush Bush-nell
nell Bush-nell today on legal business.

Mr. Patrick Randall of Connor is
in the city today" with a wagon load
of delicious grapefruit picked from
his beautiful grove on the Oklawaha
river.

Washington, July 8. Forty-seven
democratic senators stood up. in the
party caucus one by one last night
and declared their intention to vote
for the Underwood-Simmons tariff
revision bill as finally approved by
the caucus a few minutes previously.

Senators Ransdell and Thornton of
Louisiana declined to T)ind themselves.

ONLY TO BE EXPECTED

.Constantinople, July S.rrXJigjorle
has sent a telegraphic message to the
Bulgarian premier," Dr. Daneff, re requesting
questing requesting evacuation of the territory
comprised within the Enos and Midia
lines as soon as possible. Prepara Preparation
tion Preparation for the advance of the Ottoman
troops are proceeding.

A great collection of grass wid widows
ows widows are making their headquarters at
Mrs. Vann's. Dunnellon Advocate.

Miss Cora Griffin came down from
her home at Anthony yesterday and
will be here until tomorrow the guest
of her friend, Miss Mertie Gracy.
Miss Griffin will go to Pensacola next
week where she has been engaged to
teach in the normal at that place. -Lakeland
Telegram.

Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has alf modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month. We make a special specialty
ty specialty of sea food dinners Thursday even evenings
ings evenings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf

LINOLEUM
We still have on nand a

quantity of linoleum which
sell as long as it lasts for

per square yard. A number of very
handsome designs. Theus-Zachry
Company. 6-20-tf

small

we will

25 cents

D RSI 11 A CLE HOUSES FOB IlEXT

If you need any china and crock crockery
ery crockery call on Murray & Company soon
and get your selection. It is going
fast at the cut prices. 7-8-lt

Mr. Lee Dupuis of Micanopy was
In" town today.

Box writing paper at 10c, the 35c.
quality, is most gone. Hurry if you
want some. Murray & Co. 7-S-lt

Mr. J. Jl Snelling of Lowell was

thrown from his buggy yesterday,
when the horse became frightened

and In falling broke his collarbone

He was brought to Ocala and a physi
cian attended to his injuries.

Jim Spindle, a well known color colored
ed colored man, died last night, and was
buried by Mclver & MacKay this
morning.

Mr. G. W. Neville, cashier of the

Bank of Dunnellon, was in town to-

Genuine Japanese cups and saucers
reduced to 75 cents a set. Murray
& Company. 7-8-lt

Wilby Williams, a colored man 23

years old, attempted to board the
moving Seaboard train at Wildwood

day to meet the school. board, in be- this morning. He missea nis looting

and struck hisWiead against ine

railinsr' inflictins: adeen! gash, and

half of the new
school building.

Dunnellon high

Mr. Robert Sanders was in town
, today consulting with the school
board about the new Dunnellon
school building.

Mr. J. W. Crosby and little daugh daughters
ters daughters came in this morning from their
home in Citra to meet little J. W.
Crosby, Jr., who arrived on the noon

fell. His right leg went under the
wheels and was severedV just below

the knee. The man was brought to

the Ocala hospital. His sktftyis frac

tured, and he has little charge for re

covery.

f

iuc. writing tabietsfror 5c. at

Murray & Company. 7-8-lt

Two large houses In central lo location,
cation, location, suitable for residence or
boarding houses one S-room and
bath, and one 8 rooms and bath)
either noose will accommodate two
families, and we will rent to suit
tenants. Apply to D S. WoodKfw
or Elmrr DeCasip. IV-28

Messrs. Montholon Atkinson and

Wm. Dehon are representatives from

Berlin today.

FOR RENT Two rooms, furnish

ed or unfurnished, for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. 514 Wenona St. 7-8-6t

MEETING OF THE VETERANS

FOR RENT Furnished house with

every modern convenience; close in;

for two months, from July 15th to

Sept. 15th. Apply to 610 Fort King
avenue, or phone 357. 7-8-5t

FOUND A bunch of keys; bottle

opener, button nooK, aoor Key ana
several others. Call at this office.

FOR RENT Five or six-room
house oa Daugherty street. Apply to
Baxter Cam. 5-31-tf

WANTED Three milkers who
can milk with dry hands. Anthony
Farm 'Co., Anthony, Fla. 6-28-4teod

LOST Ladies' gold watch, hunt hunting
ing hunting case No. 1655510, Waltham
movement' No. 14 1903 S3. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by return returning
ing returning same to the Star office. 7-2-6t

RAGS WANTED Anyone hating
on hand well laundered cotton rags
can dispose of them by applying at
the Star office. 7-4-tf

'ngT -A. bunch qfh-pyFx-two dnsir
keys and three Yale keys; some

where between the Ocala Plumbing
& Electric Company's office and the

postoffice. Finder please leave same

at the Star office. 7-l-6t

WANTED POSITION By a thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly experienced dry goods, shoe
and clothing man, 32 years old, 12
years of steady employment. Ad Address
dress Address box 4G2, Ocala Fla. 7-5-3t

Marion Camp, No. 56, U. C. V., met
July Sth, 1913, W. E. McGahagin
commanding.
Prayer by Chaplain Long.
The following comrades answer

ed to roll call: M. Atkinson. Alfred

Ayer, J.' L. Beck, H. W. Douglas, M.
P. Frink. B. F. Freer, B. L Freyer Freyer-muth,
muth, Freyer-muth, L. M. Graham, A. R. Griffin,
H. X. Knoblock, H. W. Long, J. M.
Martin, W. E. McGahagin, John Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, G. J. Ross, Joe Shuford, K. M.
Richardson, H W. Long. W. D. Em Em-inisor,
inisor, Em-inisor, R. C. Johnstone.
Comrade Long read the following
memorial:
In Memoriam of Comrade Thomas J.
Sistrunk
Comrade Thomas J. Sistrunk, son
of Gasper Sistmnk and Finia Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, nee Johnson, was born in the
state, of Georgia, August 1st, 1S42V
His parents moved to Columbia coun county,
ty, county, Fla., during his childhood days.
Soon thereafter they settled at Staf Stafford's
ford's Stafford's Pond, Marion county, Florida,
and engaged in farming and stock stock-raising.
raising. stock-raising. He was educated in the
common schools of the county, there
being at that time no high schools
accessible. He. joined an Independ Independent
ent Independent company of cavalry as a private,
commanded by Capt. William A.
Owens, and as such was mustered in
the Confederate States service for
one year during the month of Febru February,
ary, February, 1861. At the close of this term
of service, he joined Company C, com commanded
manded commanded by Capt.- William E. Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, which was mustered; in the

Confederate States service for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the civil war between the
states, which became a part of the
Second Florida Regiment of cavalry.
He was afterwards detailed to "serve
as a member of Lieut. Brewton's ar artillery
tillery artillery company, which consisted of
details from the several companies of
the regiment, and acted in connec connection
tion connection with the regiment. He was a
gallant soldier, and served as such to
the close of the war, when on May
17th, 1865, he was paroled with' his
command at Baldwin, Fla. He then
returned to his home in Marlon
county, Florida, and engaged in
farming, stockraising and fruit
growing, and identified himself with
all' progressive movements whose ob object
ject object was for the betterment of the
people at large of the country. H

was true to nis convictions in a
things he believed to be right.

On the Sth of November, 1S65,
married Miss Martha A. Tanr
daughter of Thomas Tanner, de"
ed, and became owner of the ie
place, situated near Fellc

church, Marion county, Florid
cn
this union were born nine CQ,'
three of whom died in ch
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J-i-Lsi hUirjirim smi. v anon, si

LOST A bunch of keys, some somewhere
where somewhere between the residence of Dr.
Hood and the postoffice. Finder
please return to Star office. 7-6-6t

LOST Link cuff button, gold with

chip diamond in largest end. Suita

ble reward for return to Star office.
7-7-3t

DR. J. HARRY WAITERS

Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 495
r Adv. 6-18-tf
We have just received a new ship

ment of pound papers m both styles

cf Alpine Flax and Tube Rose. They

are beauties. The Court Pharmacy.

Adv.

S-6t

During the summer months

mothers of young children should
watch for any unnatural looseness of
the bowels. When given prompt at

tention at this time serious trouble

may be avoided. Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem

edy can always be depended upon.

For sale by all dealers. -Adv.

II ANUSCItlPT COYKR5

An elegant line or awyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers In any color that- could

be desired, lust received at the Btar

office. -"

Fresh bread every day and the

best there is made too. We always
keep on hand the largest line of
cakes that has ever been carried by

anv Ocala bakery. .Carter's Bak-I

SEE OUR
35 Cent Specials
In the Window.
Alleiitaitc!,
The Jeweler.
Bring in Your
Watches and Clocks
Repairing Guaranteed
Kexl to Express Office.

We sock the j?ni into prices on Hardware. A
big business at yttU prices is our way of doing bus business.
iness. business. : '' ''
We are rt afraid that our business is soon go going
ing going to blowP- We are here to stay, by carryinrf
what tAeple want and by doing a square busi business,
ness, business,

e

F'laL. Pftonc 118.

as a physician, married andered

upon a lucrative practice, j(

tQ world beyond with bri Pros Prospect
pect Prospect for success and usefss n
life. His eldest son, Donnie suc successful
cessful successful practicing physiciarSuth
Florida. His daughters, C Xola

TT'ffio onH Mnrtn hp livffl t rear-

ed to womanhood, happiiarried

and. settled around.
"Comrade Sistrunk joine aP

tist church early in life, aiea a a-consistent
consistent a-consistent member of Evening

Star church.
On February 14th, 19'hile atr
tending to domestic i alone,
"God's finger touched and he
slept when none but Gls nlsh."

His death was causedi,0PJex

or heart failure. Con Sistrunk
had for years been a 5ent and

zealous member of 'n Camp,

No. f6, U. C. V., and to the

principles it represent
We, your commitecomQJeiid
the adoption of the fng pream preamble
ble preamble and resolutions, : Where Whereas,
as, Whereas, in the dispensa a benifi benifi-cent
cent benifi-cent God, our belov highly es esteemed
teemed esteemed comrade, ls Sis Sistrunk,
trunk, Sistrunk, has been com useful

ness in this life to'eat beyond,
whither we are al'ninS. there

fore, be it resold That in

the death of Con51511""1111 this
camp has lost a 5 and useful
member, the con at IarSe a
useful citizen, hi'ed widow a
devoted husbandlis children a
loving father, hi1 a consistent
member, and tDP a zealoua

member.
Resolved 2d: this. canjP ex extends
tends extends to his ber idow and chil children
dren children its sympa condolence in
this their sond dumbly and
trustingly corrm to the care
of Him who 111 things well,

who is too wiT' and to kind
to be unjust.
Resolved Sat a CP-V of this
preamble anioDS be furnish

ed the bereaw and chiren,

For
Walls

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Li.' Ceilings
M. FLATKOATT-I

Hie Sanitary, Durable, Flat Oil Ft nfch

7, i&JiI Jry way and
or any ether wall finish 1 e leaa-and-oU paints,
gestions. The tilain rtir-1 f ?l belpful su-

T -- w.vwi eicn

k ree-,ee tlatkoatt easy to UDclv
with perfect suocess. vpxy
Manufactured by

Peaslee-Gaulbert Co.

Louisville, Ky

Sold By McIVER & MacKAY.

Send Your Clothes
To One Place
To be cleaned and pressed, thereby
saving confusion ond expense. Our
motto is "No Clean, No Pay."

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If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
J. :HyuRINS0N

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tht a mm 9liea in "e ucala

Banner and Star' that a C0Py
be spread r jurna and a

hiant na!ro uc w "e in

scribed to ory' and that tnis
hall be tr?10"1 for thir

ty days, wpectfully.
W. Long.
A. Thomsoa.
'. C. Stephens.
The cfd to meet at 10 a a-m.
m. a-m. on TxieT first Mnday in.

ery comrade in Ma

rion coVluested and "rsed toj

become?r of;h.,s P P-Thefn
Thefn P-Thefn adjourned.
ed Ayer, Adjutant.

Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the Famous
Physician, says:
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nfl lnto bed deai tired at

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Keep your stomach

or,T 0d order by taking

""'I Tablets when needed.

"fcome both healthy and j

fr sale by all dealers, adi

rnodern bathroom fixtures make the
ot length of service

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equipment now or later.

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OCALA EVENING STAfij TUESDAY, itlX 8, 1913

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How many times have you said, or your friends
said: "I cannot, because I Have Not Got The Money?"
How many good business chances have had to be
passed up because you did not have the money? "Get
Rich-Quick" speculation is the worst thing a man can
do with his money; If the enterprise into which some
smooth stranger asks you to put your money where
such a good one he would keep it riot sell it to you.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4. per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

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Elk3 meet, tonight.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Boy Scouts meet this evening.

Board of Trade tomorrow night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

F. U. of A. meet Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

C. E. Cork of Orange Lake was at
the Harrington, last night.

Mr. Arthur Griffin, Sr., of Anthony
is a visitor to the City today.

Mr. W. E. Allen of Mcintosh was
a prominent guest in the city todaj'.

Menfolks, ask to see the OLUS at
Rivers' Habadashery. 7-3-4 1

H. L. Hough of Red Level was at

the Ocala House last night.

Fresh buttermilk every day atfthe

Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf

C. H. Landis of Oxford, X. C, is
at the Harrington.
J. J. Stephens of Clearwater was

'at the Ocala House last night.

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

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REAL ESTATE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
- Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Or-anr?c
anr?c Or-anr?c Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
I IE XT A L DEPARTMEXT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes. ; -'

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Agent' for a dozen' of -the best Fire insurance companies 1 in the
coantry. Thoroughly, competent to care for your insurance' business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for your Business in Any of These Lines.

F. W. DITTO

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We Guarantee. Si) Save Yos aisncj' n Any Kerk fa Oar Lines

An ve rmplnjr isunf but fpfrt ve .irt In potlIon to Kiiarnntee er er-rrjr
rrjr er-rrjr plfpf of mirk ur iiiinirncl io Mtnutl th inp't Ion of tbe ,iook
rlcll inprolr!. It cokIh nothing (n k" our Krtiri, nn-l ynn arr thr
ninvt-r, vlitbrT we pnr t'ie 'ttrnct r not, Give ii a trlnl.

Earle C. Dickenson of Jacksonville
was at the Ocala House last night.

Mrs. Flora McKay Morrison of
Morriston ,was shopping in the city
yesterday.

H. B. Masters Co's. shoe depart department,
ment, department, the place where they fit your
feet. 6-3 0-1 m

W. M. Moseley, "wife and daughter
of Tarpon Springs were at the Ocala
House last night.

mi. W. K. IxAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xose and Throat, Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

BOARD OP fRADIu

Regular Semi-Monthly 31eeting To

morrow Evening

The civic committee of the Board
of Trade met last night and discuss

ed some very important subjects.

Tomorrow night, there will be the
regular meeting at the court house

and all are urged to be present as

there will be urgent business to be

decided on.

XOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
OF THE DODGE CO.

During my absence all orders in intended
tended intended for the Dodge Sign Co. can be
left at Ballard's news stand or with
D. A. Smith, who assumes charge of
my shop. Respectfully,
7-8-5t Jos. W. Dodge, Mgr.

COTTAGE FOR REXT

My cottage at Woodmar on Lake
Weir, completely furnished, is for
rent for July. R. R. Carroll.

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ir you nave any items far till de

partment, call Phone 10 S.

Manager Hunter counts on a ball
game Thursda', but is not sure who
with. It i3 feared the Palatka team
caBt come over on that date.

Mr. E.ilJ Martin, one of our
shrewd yojang lawyers, for several
years wjjTMrrErAV. Davis, is now
with Mn William Hocker.

The Temple picture show is having

a most successful season. The house
is thronged every evening, and there

is never a dull number on the pro

gram, .bast night, thef drama, "The
Web," was as interesting as any play
by living actors could be, and it was

helped by four other first-rate sub

jects. The music was good, too. Mr.

and Mrs. Green are artists in their

business and our city is indebted to

them for much wholesome amusement.

Mr. Geo. W. Martin will leave ihis

afternoon for a tour of the southern

part of the state in the interest of his

book business.

The Moose will have an important

meeting at the new club rooms in
the Colonial next Thursday evening,

and all the members are requested to

Earl D. Phillips of Fernandina and'De Present

S. Llpj'd of Inverness were at the
Harrington last night.

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. McRae of
Moultrie, Ga., were at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington last night.

Mrs. W. H. Henry came up from,
Lake Weir on a shopping trip this
morning.

The Y. P. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Geo. W. Martin Thursday night at 8
o'clock.

H. W. T.U.C

FOKT KIr HI,OCK

R. W, Ehincan and A. L. Brantley
pf Frostproof were at the Ocala
House last night.

Mr. and Mrs. F. E. -Bole left Mon Monday
day Monday for Steubenville, O. They came
here some months ago on their wed wedding
ding wedding trip. They are pleasant young
peopla to know and made a number
of friends during their stay in our
city, Mr. Bole had a position In
Blesch's barber shop. The reason for
his not remaining in Ocala is that his
brother, who owns a large tonsorial
parlor in Pittsburg, is ip ill health
and wished him to take charge of
his business.

Needham & Sons are In the plumb plumbing
ing plumbing business and solicit your busi business.
ness. business. 7-2-12t

Mr.'L. R. Wood, president af the
Gulf Fertilizer Co., is spending a
few days in the city.

Ask to see the new Ansco folding
pocket camera. Its new and nifty.
The Court Pharmacy. 7-3-6t

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The friend-winning prices

that we are making in our store

will surely interest you. Cold

type cannot do justice to the

estraorainaiyunerings. guy

ing jewelry here means

spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price

standard of jewelry sell sell-Jng
Jng sell-Jng remains fixed.

Here you will find
a satisfying assort

ment of the world s

best productions
in jewelry.

gems, saver saver-ware,
ware, saver-ware, novel-

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at a decided price

reduction here's
your opportunity,

For your sweetheart mar

ried or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.

Nothing better as an engage engagement
ment engagement or birthday rir.. Surprise Father,

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"Worth smacking your lips over."

Its the famous Norris candies. The
Court Pharmacy. 7-3-Ct

July .Victor records are just in arid

unusually fine. Hear them at Lans Lans-ford's.
ford's. Lans-ford's. 6-24tf

Mr. ios. W. Dodge t received the
bad news yesterday that his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Adelaide, who has been in a
sanitarium at Asheville for some
weeks, had a relapse, and left today
for her bedside. If the young lady's
health, improves, Mr. Dodge will visit
old friends in West jVlrginia for a

Epworth League Entertainment
Thursday evening the Epworth
League will entertain the young peo people's
ple's people's branch of the W. C. T. U. at the

home of Mrs. Geo. W. Martin on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue. A cordial invitation

is extended to all members of the
Epworth League and the young peo people's
ple's people's branch of the W. C. T. U.

The social center committee of the

Woman's Club has assigned to Mrs.

Jake Brown and Mrs. Will Goin the

pleasant task of entertaining the

ung people at the club- rooms

Thursday afternoon. These two la ladies
dies ladies are among the most clever and

charming entertainers in the city,
and their guests may be sure of some
pleasant hours with them.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston and

son are having a delightful outing at
Pablo Beach. They went to Palatka
Monday .oging over to Pablo from
Jacksonville this morning.
Miss Elizabeth Davis and her

guest, Miss Leontine Ramsaur are in!

the city for the day, coming up from
Lake Weir this morning.
Mrs. J. E. Marshall and daughter
Miss Ruth, and little son James, of
Winter Haven, spent a few days with
Mrs. Marshall's mother, Mrs. M. K.
Bingham and sister, Mrs. Mae Bing Bingham.
ham. Bingham. They left yesterday for St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg for a short visit before re returning
turning returning home.
,
Mrs. Geo. A. Nash has returned
from South Florida, where she has
spent the past few weeks visiting rel relatives
atives relatives at Tampa and Terra Ceia.
Mrs. Geo. W. Martin was the host hostess
ess hostess of the Methodist sewine circle

Monday afternoon at their regular'
weekly meeting and served fish salad'
sandwiches and iced tea to her;
guests. During the social half hour'
Miss Irma Blake sang very sweetly j
several dainty French selections!
which were greatly enjoyed. The The-afternoon
afternoon The-afternoon with Mrs. Martin was most;
enjoyable. J
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Mrs. Jack Rentz and daughter are!
having a delightful visit with Mrs.i

Rentz' grandmother at WTrightsville.
Georgia.
Mrs. S. G. Moyers and little ones
of Tampa are delightfully located In
Asheville, N C., for the summer.

Mr. L. R. Chazal and family have

returned from a delightful week end

spent at their cottage at Woodmar on

Lake Weir.

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Responsible banking has been the policy of this
institution since the first day the doors were opened.
Our continuation of this policy is an "absolute
guarantee of safety for your funds, and, it is on our
record of responsibility that we have no hesitancy in
asking you to participate in the advantages of this
bank.

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few days, and then stop in Jackson

ville to attend to some businessaf
fairs,

Mrs. D. G. Haley, formerly Miss An

na. Mixon of this city, has returned
to her -home in Jacksonville, after
several months, -spent most delight

fully- with"friends and relatives 4 in

North Carolina. .t

ne marriage 01 .suss is-nen iay

Thagard and Mr. George Watson

Lowden, Jr., of Savannah, will be of

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will hirr 1 Pjrrsanr mieresi to me many inenas

of the Thagard family in and about

Ocala. This marriage was jitly4

Mr. Emmett Robinson

the Ideal theater remodeled into a
store room. It will make' an "ideal

place for that purpose, and as it is a jolfiiaHzd in Savannah on the eve-

very desirable location, he won't
have to wait long for a tenant.

Mr. Geo. W. Martin, Jr., of this
city is having a magnificent time in
Asheville, N. C He plays first clari clarinet
net clarinet In the Margo Terrace orchestra

During the absence of his family i of that city, which: news will be of

at Montvale, Va., Dr. J. E. Chace Is pleasant interest to his many friends

among the favored circle at the Arms

House.

Messrs. E.A. Hoyt of Birmingham

and Frank T. Ridge of Atlanta, two

prominent Pythians, were at the
Harrington last night.

Mr. Chas. M. Gray of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, but formerly of Ocala, is hav having
ing having a delightful visit with friends
and relatives in North Carolina and
Tennessee.

Mr. W. B. Gallagher is at home

again after a few days spent in Tam

pa. He camehrough in his car an

despite the pad roads enjoyed the
trip greatly

Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
Drugstores. 6-17-tf

Postmaster T. J.Perry of Pine was
in town today.

Supervisor Bared of Cotton Plant
was in town today.

Mr. T. D. Dillon isome from h.U

visit to Kentucky. v

Mr. F, B. Beckham has returned

from Fernandina.

. j

ning of June zsth in

of Rev. W. T. Gra

s Mr. JnO;, Edwards and' daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Maiuerite, and, Mr. W. J.
Edwards, madfe a most successful

shing tripr'to Orange Lake today.

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When you are In need of office
supplies give us a call. Our stock
is complete. The Court Pharmacy,
Adv. 7-3-Ct

The boy scouts of the city under
the leadership of Rev. Stephens are
anticipating a wonderfully good time
on next Thursday, when they hike
out for Lake Weir for several days'
camping.

It is impossible to EXPLAIN the

f the "Modart" corset, but

will give comfort,

S3. 50 mode?

Mr. R. C. Muncaster, leaving his
wife and children with Mrs. Mun Mun-caster's
caster's Mun-caster's parents in Jacksonville, re returned
turned returned to Ocala Monday,

Try t
Block's Graham
Sandwich
20c per lb.

We aro carrying a very com complete
plete complete stock of Frank E,
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.

All 10c packages 3 for25cts,

emckages 6 for 25 cts.
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de, who per

formed the ceremony In the presence
of friends and relatives. Mr. and
Mrs. Lowden arLaajJ.n BluJfoan, S.
C, where the groom owns a summer
home, and after several months they
will return to Savannah to reside,
making their home with Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Lowden, Sr. Mr. Lowden
is a well known young business man
of Savannah and is to be congrat congratulated
ulated congratulated in the winning of so charm charming
ing charming a bride. She was reared to young
womanhood in this city and is one of
the twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Thagard formerly of this city,
but now of Tallahassee. They have
the good wishes of their many

friends in Marion county,-
"
Mrs." LT V. Graham of Tampa is in

the city visiting her cousin, Dr. J. Y,

Hood.

Miss Hattie Pottle, daughter of
Judge Pottle, of Milledgeville, Ga.,
who has been a member of !a house
party entertained at Pass-a-Qrille by
Mrs. W. T. Alexander, cameKup to
the city yesterday accompanied, by
Miss Hallie Lee of Ocala. The young
ladies came to meet Miss Mary Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford of Ocala, who arrived last
night, and the three will go to the
Pass today to spend a week with the
Alexander family. Tampa Tribune-.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blalock left
yesterday for Jacksonville, Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee and Valdosta.- ,They will spend
several weeks visiting their children
in those cities.

Miss Miry Bell, after a pleasant

visit to her sister In Orlando, return returned
ed returned to this city Sunday afternoon.

Miss Ruth Boney is the guest of

her cousin, Mrs. English, in River

side, Jacksonville this week.

Mr. and Mrs. David Sherouse of

Citra are spending the week with
Mr. Sherouse's mother, Mrs. M. J.
Sherouse, in this city.
A great many people in Ocala will

be sorry to learn-we are to lose the
Lopez family. Mr. Edward, Lopez

and wife, who came to Ocala when

Marti City was young, and have been

among our most respected and useful
residents ever since, expect to leave

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Special No. 1:
100 dozen Valenciennes Lace, Edging and Insertion
to match, values up to 15c per yard at. ........
Per Yard 5 Cents;
Per Piece (12 Yards) 50 Cents.
Special No. 2:
Brown Dress Linen, 25 inches wide, eyery thread
Linen, 17? cent value at--.--.-. ....
Per Yard 11 Cents,
Special No. 3: ;
White Linen Suiting 'suitable for suits or skirts, 90
inches wide; 2 yards will make a suit. Regular price.
$1.25. For this day only, at . .
Per Yard 69 Cents.
We want to makeyoii r spend your money on
Thursdays, as we close at 1 cTclook.

1 he above inducements should "wBsmi visit

this store as you are bound to save money.

The Pony Contest will Positively Close
Wednesday, JULY 16, at 6:30 p. m.
Vote For Your Favorite Now.

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Thursday for Cuba, the old home of sister-in-law, Mr. and
the parents, and the future home of ZewadskI, Jr.
their children, who were born and I

raisea in ucaia. j .Mrs. n;. 1. llelYejxsloiaglI hand-
some little son expect to leave dur-
Dr. and Mrs.' McClane, Miss Mary ing the latter part of the month for
Gates and the' other 1J. Y. P. U. dele- several weeks' visit to Galbraith

Mrs. W. K.

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gates are home from Lake City.
Miss Winnie Hunt has been quite
sick for the last three days, but is
much better today.
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Mrs. M. R. Hunnicut and children
will leave Thursday for a visit to Mr.
and Mrs-CfiasTE. Taylor in Tampa.
j-" .'
The three McCredie boys, John
from WaycrxfsiTValter from Arcadia

and Hugb from Archer, all three
steady and efficient young machin machinists,
ists, machinists, after.-rfsiting their, mother, Mrs.
Julia McCredie, andIsters, Misses

Janet and Julia, .have returned to
their places of business.
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A.jpllx, party, ConBisting of Misses
Rhody, Adele Bittinger, Hope Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Mr. Ralph Robinson and Mr.
Geo. K. Robinson spent this after afternoon
noon afternoon at Lake Weir, swimming and
otherwise enjoying the pleasures of
that most delightful resort.
Miss Annie Davis is the house
guest of Mrs. S. R. Pyle3 and fam family
ily family this week at their beautiful
country home on Orange avenue.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens, pastor of
the First Baptist church of this city,
returned Saturday from Lake City,
where he has for the past week been
in attenedaacajipon the B. Y. P. U.

vention.

Springs, Tenn.

Dr. and Mrs. Guy Ayer and son are
in Atlanta after a, series of visits
with relatives In this city.
The many friends of Mrs. E. L.
Carney will regret to hear of her ill illness
ness illness at her home on Oklawaha ave

nue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. HamTickhave
returned to their cottage at Daytona
Beach, where they are spading -the
summer. Master George Looney ac-

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the country by auto.
Miss Meme Davis was in the city
yesterday from Lake Weir and regis- -tered
at the Harrington.

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Miss Ellie Tydings arrived in the
city Monday afternoon from Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee for a feyr days visit to her
mother, Mrs. j B Tydings and her
brother, Mr Chas. R. Tydings and
family, before going on to Key WTest,
from which 'port she saii3 very soon
for her mission field ia 5Iexico,

MesfrsC Clarence and Olaf Zewad

skI left yesterday for Tampa, where
for the following ten days they will

be the guests of their brother and

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Clothes Pressed or
Cleaned.

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P. O. Box 356. OCALA, FLORIDA

wh

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the Capita
They are before you
under your fingers,"
ready to imprint them-
selves onite-ljad
Xsinglestroke, if your'
typewriter is a : r
Model 10 Visible

Writing in sight is ofvcourse important, and the writing' of the SmitK
Piemier is always in sight. But this is not alL Every character written
by the Smith Premier, is; in sight not: simply Aenit. is iwritten,. hut
all the lime. It is the only typewriter r on r which everything;is visible,
from each and every character on the keyboard to the.writing on the papers
And this is only one of .theFourcen;neu; features oOfielModeJII 0
Smith Premier. Typewrit en

Tis send you a wtalbgueiwhich.willteiryou about them alL

Smith Premier Department
Kemington "Typewriter Company'
220 V. Bny Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

vWHITE .STAR LINE,

; TRANSFER AND FI HErilOOF STORAGE
I COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

Teams for; Lifilil
and Heavy Hauling.
Paciiino and
oliippinfl of
rnHurc, Pianos
and Safes.
Oaooiige Service
flic Best

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tlaitie loa

From
$39.05 New York and Philadelphia,
Pa:, and return. Sold daily to
September 30.. Limit Oct. 31.
$20.25 Monteagle and Sewanee."
Tenn., and return. July 1, 3, 10,
15, 25;'.31v Atis." 4( 14. Limit
Sept. 5 Summer school.
$47.55 Chicago, 111., and return.
Sold daily to Sept. 30. Limit
Oct. 31.
$62.65 Denver Colo.
.Limit Oct. 31.
Solid daily.

LOW RATES TO MANY OTHER POINTS.

Step Overs Allowed.
Fast

For information or reservations call on any Atlantic Coast Line'
5fket agent or M. It- WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAND, V Ticket Agent. Ocala, Fla.
'division PassengerAgent, Tampa, F1&. :L

WAY" Home,

Costs Less,
1 0 Per ccn! Larger
V Bed Rooms.
50 Per cent Larfl8r
Wardrobe Capacity.
No Lost Space.
More Comfortable to
Live in.
Most Modern In Every ;
. Way. 1
Easier to Rent or SelL
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BEAVER BOARD,
Superior lo Plaster
or CeititiQ in
Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296
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Isolated
Continent
A Romance of the
Future
By
Cnldo ven Hcrvath
and Dean Hoard
CopTight, 1913, by W. O. Chapman Id tb Unit4
CHAPTER XVI.
A New Princess.
Napoleon found obstacles in the
way of obtaining the property "where
he had discovered the desired cirynith.
The German crown declared it was
not for sale. He asked for a long
lease, and the right to mine the Peak
Buemeg, but that would conflict with
the laws of Hungarian lease and rent rental
al rental rights.
Realizing that he never would ar arrive
rive arrive at the actual working of the mine,
unless he took a decided step, h' paid
a visit to the Count von Werdenstein
personally.
This time he crossed the ocean in
one of the newest English liners that
made the trip between New York and
Liverpool In three days.
Upon his arrival in Berlin he visited
his friend, Herr Kalmar, before he
even sought i. hotel. The German
was very happy to see the man with
whom he had so many pleasant deal dealings,
ings, dealings, and readily explained the politi political
cal political situation in Europe. He frankly
said that there was possibility, of an
international disturbance; the people
were happy, but the nobility, and,
more particularly, the idle army and
navy officers, were agitating the ques question
tion question of restoring the standing armies
and aerial and naval defenses.
Napoleon listened gravely to the
opinions of this brave and broad broad-minded
minded broad-minded man who was doing all he
could to enlighten the people. He
knew Herr Kalmar was a perfectly
trustworthy man, so he told him about
his difficulties in obtaining Peak Sue Sue-meg.
meg. Sue-meg. Herr Kalmar said: "I believe that
the chancellor, notwithstanding his
defeat in American waters, has re retained
tained retained the kaiser's good will, and has,
no doubt, delayed matters because he
wanted to find out why you want the
Peak Suemeg so badly. His spies are
probably at work trying to ascertain
the value of the Peak, so that he can
Utilize it for his own purposes."
Napoleon acknowledged this fact.
"Then you think the powers would
not hesitate to undo all I have done,
that they would gladly take up arms
again, and wage battle in God's beau beautiful,
tiful, beautiful, clear air?"
"I certainly do!" was Herr Kalmar's
emphatic answer.
"That makes it all the more impera imperative
tive imperative that I carry out the pactum to
the letter. I never could answer to
history, if I were to break my oath."
He sighed. "If war Is carried into the
air, if anyone should discover the se secret
cret secret of cirynith and the aerodromone,
I will find the means to conlound
them." His face expressed grim de determination
termination determination and, Herr Kalmar respect
ed him as a man more than a king, a
man of his word.
The chancellor received Napoleon
very cordially.
Napoleon stated his errand, briefly.
He told the count that he was anxious
to gain control of the property in
Hungary that had belonged to the
Schomburg Lithow estates.
The count was somewhat taken
aback by this direct statement He
said, in his suavest manner:
"May I ask what causes your anxie anxiety
ty anxiety in regard to that property? To be
perfectly frank, I sent my best
analysts there to assay that peak, hop hoping
ing hoping to find the name of the mineral
that Interests you, but they do not
find anything extraordinary. One of
them mentions a peculiar quartz for formation
mation formation there that somewhat resembles
the mineral used in manufacturing
glass, but that is all they could find."
"They are right, count. I want
those crystals."
"I shall do my best for you, but
you know how Imperfect our laws are
in regard to estates that fall to the
crown."
"Can you not make an exception In
this case?"
The count shook his head doubt doubtfully.
fully. doubtfully. "His majesty Is the only one who
could, and I am sorry to say that your
honor does not happen to have his
sympathy."
"Of course not; he thinks I have
clipped his wings!" This remark
slipped out unexpectedly.
He took leave of the count and
looked up Herr Kalmar once more
and told him many things that showed
the big German he was In Napoleon's
confidence.
Shortly after this he left for Eng England,
land, England, and from there for New York.
Count von Werdenstein did not
know the true value of these crystals,
but he was shrewd enough to surmise
that they were connected with Napo Napo-leon's
leon's Napo-leon's aerodromones, those wonderful
birds1 that vomited lightning. Would
they ever be his? "Everything comes
to the man who waits," he thought,
and made ready to report the result
of his work to his majesty.
As he was leaving the room, an at attendant
tendant attendant ushered In a bright-eyed little
man, without announcement. The offi officer
cer officer explained that he came from the
Countess Rosiny and tha chancellor's
brow cleared.
The" attendant was dismissed and
the count motioned to a chair and
asked the messenger to sit down. In Instead
stead Instead of complying, the young man
took a package from his inside vest
pocket and handed it to the count He
saw the handwriting of the countess.
He carefully opened the sealed t en-
desk he began to read: :
: "Sir: The plans you outlined for
my conduct before I went to Helgo Helgoland
land Helgoland have begun to develop. I will,
shortly, know a few very important
things in regard taT the 'aerodrom-

one', riih one of which you, your yourself,
self, yourself, have had some experience.
"What do you think of them? What
would you think of being able to
manufacture them, to fly on them the
red, white and black flag, instead of
the stars and stripes?
"You may fill out the papers that
make the Countess Rosiny the Prin Princess
cess Princess of Schomburg Lithow, and I wish
you would have the estates in Ger Germany
many Germany and other countries transferred
to me at once, as I want to take pos possession,
session, possession, particularly of the estate in
Hungary, in the near future.
"Plans should be made to defend
my undertaking, plans that will in include
clude include the manufacture of a flotilla of
aerodromones. I hardly think the
president of the International peace
committee will interrupt us, but our
greatest strength will lie in being
ready for any emergency.

"The time of action is almost here,
but it is impossible for me to state
the exact date just now. Under no
circumstances can I tell the outcome
Until thf TiJiriPrs nf tin!5pssinn pra in I
the hands of my legal advisers, Her Her-ren
ren Her-ren Konrad and Hans Schwab of Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. Upon their assurance that the
title and deed3 are in perfect condi condition,
tion, condition, your excellency will hear from
me further. W7ith the best personal
regards, I am, as ever,
"Your obedient servant,
"Countess Rositta Rosiny."
The chancellor's feelings, after be
had carefully read this letter were a
mingling of satisfaction and distrust.
He realized that the countess had
cleverly taken command, and, notwith notwithstanding
standing notwithstanding her seeming servility, she
was the one to dictate and the chan chancellor
cellor chancellor the one to obey. He glanced
up at the little man who had brought
the letter. He was standing stolidly
waiting.
"Is there an answer?" he asked in
English.
"WTill you see the countess person personally?"
ally?" personally?" asked the chancellor.
"Who?" he asked stupidly.
"Oh, never mind," answered the
'chancellor, knowing the man knew
nothing whatever about the message.
"WTho will come after the answer, if
there is one?"
"A bird man."
"A bird man?" The count did not
know whether the man was really
simple or not. "Where do you live?"
"In America."
"H'm; that is a broad answer. Yes,
there will be a message."
He sat down and wrote:
"My Dear Countess: I am glad to
hear from you. Your wishes will be
fulfilled to the letter. I will do my
be3t to prepare things for your re reception.
ception. reception. Your legal advisers will re receive
ceive receive the necessary papers in due
course.
"With best wishes and hoping to
hear from you soon, I am,
"Von Werdenstein."
He sealed the letter, then gave it to
the man, who left the room.
The chancellor pondered deeply
oer the situation, then started for
the royal palace to report Napoleon's
visit and Rositta's promises to his
majesty.
When Napoleon arrived home he
had' a long conference with Astra.
They were both somewhat depressed.
His disappointment in not securing
the Peak Suemeg was great, because
he had many inventions that required
the use of cirynith, and he knew that
the count's actions were a menace to
the peace movement.
They decided that they would marry
in the month of July. That evening
they went to Ciryne to tell their deter
mination to Mrs. Edison.
Napoleon and Astra spent another
day on Ciryne. This time Napoleon
conducted the three women through
the wonderful plant where cirynith
was refined and manufactured into
parts of aerodromones and other use useful
ful useful articles.
Rositta kept her ears and eyes wide
"open, but not being trained along me
chanical lines she could not undef
stand many of the things she eaw.
Still she was glad that Napoleon hon
ored her with his confidence as from
now on there would be no objection to
her visiting the shops whenever she
pleased.
Napoleon took Astra back to Wash
Ington late in' the afternoon. Mrs. Ed Edison
ison Edison and Rositta walked down to the
sandy shore and sat listening to the
waves. The mother was dreaming of
the happy future for her son. The
other was weaving fine threads of the
net she was tangling about her friends.
Santos was away, but he was ex expected
pected expected back soon. She disliked to see
him leave her side, as she feared to
lose the control that she had gained
over him.
He returned that evening. When
Mrs. Edison retired the countess stole
out of the house and strolled toward
the shore, where she knew Santos
would be awaiting her. Santos was
the happiest of men when she greeted
him with passionate embraces and
ktes?e3.
He was like a faithful, obedient dog.
Whatever Rositta asked he did with without
out without question. Tonight he handed her
the count's letter, that came in answer
to the one he hacf sent for her.
Rositta opened it, and he held his
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pocket asETighTso she could read.
"My little blond boy, the time is
nearing when my name will be
changed to Duprel. What do you think
of that? Mrs. Duprel? Doesn't that
sound good to you?"
Santos only answer was kisses; he
had begun to master the Bo-called lost
art very quickly.
"Do you know how I have missed
you? Mr. Edison and Astra were here,
but since I know you I can't enjoy
them any more. I know It is not right
to feel that way, as Napoleon has been
very good to me, but my sympathy is
with you, dear." Her arm slipped
around his neck. "I cannot bear him
criticise you."
"Criticise me? Is he dissatisfied
with me?" The words were heavy
with dismay. Rositta knew that she
had touched the right strings. "Who
told you that?"
"Don't take It seriously, Santos. 1
have tried to keep it to myself, but
I Lcoujd not."
"Did he say that I had not served
him well? Did he say that?"
"He did," whispered Roeitfa.
Santos breathed fire and flame. Ro Rositta
sitta Rositta subtly convinced Santos that he
was the man, and not Napoleon Edi Edison,
son, Edison, whose name should be the revered
one in American history. When argu arguments
ments arguments were weak, kisses strengthened
them, until poor. Santos was molded
into a form that suited Rositta. Then
she said:
"I own the cirynith deposits in Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. I never will give them to Na Napoleon.
poleon. Napoleon. I want you to be his master.
Will you come with me?"
"I am with you and yours forever!"
The tone in which this was said was
enough for Rositta. Sbe knew she had
won.
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The amount of the capital stock of
said corporation shall be Twenty-five
Thousand Dollars ($25,000), to be divid divided
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of the par value of Twenty Dollars
$20) each, to be paid for in cash.
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The term for which said rornoratinn
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The business of the said corporation
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ficers: officers: A president, one or more vice presi presidents,
dents, presidents, a board of nine directors, a
cashier, and such other officers and
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ployees, employees, with such powers, duties and
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Frank 1. Gadson, cashier.
An J George Giles, Joseph L. WHev.
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